Ho Che Anderson's Godhead is a gritty sci-fi graphic novel about how society reacts after a powerful corporation creates a device to communicate with God.

Ho Che Anderson

Godhead by Ho Che Anderson] is a sci-fi graphic novel about the chaos that ensues after a powerful corporation creates a device to communicate with God. (Fantagraphics)

When a powerful multinational corporation creates a machine that can communicate with God, does it spell humanity's salvation or the end of days? This sprawling contemporary saga, ranging from intimate domestic drama to globalist corporate intrigue, explores the collision courses among science, religion and corporate greed. Drawn in lush, textured grayscale, with full-colour painted pages, Godhead is Anderson's most conceptually and thematically ambitious graphic novel to date. (From Fantagraphics)


Toronto comic creator Ho Che Anderson browses the stacks at The Beguiling

3 years ago
Ho Che Anderson, creator of the Martin Luther King, Jr. comic biography King and the new sci-fi graphic novel Godhead, takes us to his favourite comic book store in Toronto to show us some of the books that have shaped his life. 4:50


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